Passover Tickets

Published February 12, 2018 by Rabbi Mike in Announcements

Shalom Everyone,

Passover tickets are now for sale. They are $30 for adults (13 and older), $15 for youth (6-12), free for 5 and under. Remember our congregational Seder will be on Friday, March 30th at 6 pm in Stewart Hall.

If you are able to help with the set up, please talk to Donna or Patti or the rabbi on Shabbat. We will need people Thursday afternoon to help set up the tables, the place settings and the non perishables. We will also need volunteers to come Friday afternoon to help put out the final ritual items (charoset, marror, washing bowls, parsley, matzah, towels and flowers). We will have a bowl set aside for those who want to buy their kippah or their Haggadah –$2 (cash only)

We are letting our congregation have the first crack at ticket purchases until Feb. 16, after which they will be open to the general public, from February 17 – March 23 (cut off date)

Payment options: cash, e-transfers to donna.m.callaghan@gmail.com and cheques up until March 16. Cash only from March 17-23.

Tickets will be offered at Shul until 2:00 on Saturdays, see Donna or the Rabbi. I will handle sales whenever Donna is not able to be there.

Have you thought about sponsoring a ticket for those in our midst who are struggling financially?

There will be no tickets available at the door, only tickets purchased by e-transfer can be held at the door.

Here are our contact options: direct sales at the shul, text/call 780-910-4214 or e-mail donna.m.callaghan@gmail.com
The rabbi will not do ticket sales by phone or online.

We will not “deliver” tickets, they must be bought on site or online.

Don’t be disappointed. Please also pray that it will be a meaningful spiritual experience for everyone who attends, especially our guests.

DON’T FORGET WE ARE HAVING A NOSH AFTER SERVICE ON SHABBAT (UPSTAIRS IN THE NARTHEX). PLEASE CAREFULLY LABEL YOUR FOOD AND WHEN IN DOUBT, BRING CHICKEN –It is a good time to connect with newcomers and visitors. Join us if you can!

Shalom,

Rabbi Mike

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